Golf Channel Report: Slattery leads Russian Open
Kelly Tilghman gets you caught up with Round 3 of the 2015 M2M Russian Open.
Lee drains birdie during Russian Open Rd. 3
Watch as Craig Lee drains a birdie putt from just off the green on the 14th hole during the third round of the M2M Russian Open.
Lee (66) ties low round of the day, shares lead
Craig Lee reflects on his Saturday round of 66 that gave him a share of the lead heading into the final round of the 2015 Tshwane Open.
Molinari in four-way tie for lead in South Africa
Edoardo Molinari is among four players tied for the lead at 7-under after the first round at the Joburg Open in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Master and commander: Bjorn beats Lee in playoff
Thomas Bjorn and Craig Lee duke it out in a one-hole playoff. Bjorn comes out on top and wins the Omega European Masters.Hi everybody, Mike Ritz here on the European Tour wrapping up the final round of the Omega European Masters in Switzerland. Thomas Bjorn started the day trailing Craig Lee by 2 strokes, but he played the first 8 holes 5 under par and he built himself a 2-stroke lead, the birdie there on 8. Lee came fighting back, the 36-year-old from Scotland, trying to win for the first time, his European Tour career. This long putt on the par 5 fourteenth for birdie and Lee is back into a tie for the lead with Bjorn. But up ahead in the next to the last group, Bjorn with a birdie putt again this on the fifth tee and he's got his one shot lead back. Following him on this hole in the finala victory on the first playoff hole- birdie and the win for Thomas Bjorn -- his fourteenth European Tour victory and he is back into the top 50 in the official World Golf Rankings. They tied at 20 under par andwinner again for the second time at the Omega European Masters is Thomas Bjorn .
Omega European Masters: Craig Lee flirts with 59
Craig Lee ignites a 59 watch, but ends up with a 61. Lee has a 2 shot lead going into the final round of the 2013 Omega European Masters.the Omega European Masters in Switzerland-- it was truly a magical day. Richard Finch struggling 4-over-par for his round when he comes to the tee at the par-3 13th, 192 yards and Finch-- well, that will
Molinari, Lee tied at Joburg with Open spot on the line
Edoardo Molinari and Craig Lee are tied for the lead at 11 under after the second round of the Joburg Open in Johannesburg, South Africa.used in rotation. Over on the West Course, dark clouds hanging over Richard Sterne , the defending champion, 67 yesterday, 73 on the supposedly easier course today and I'm afraid the defending champ is not around for the weekend. Charl Schwartzel is in. Schwartzel of course and Sterne both 2-time winners of the Joburg Open. Schwartzel at 4-under par, just scrapes through a